English Literature The Woman In Black Advice.Watch
Also try and talk about (if the question allows) themes such as fear, religion, supernatural, childhood and revenge.
Mention how Susan Hill used juxtaposition to create contrast which builds tensions. Such as having children looking on at the funeral - children are associated with fresh life and innocence, funerals are associated with death and grief etc. Also how we associate the setting of the nursery with childhood, innocence and happiness juxtaposes the emotions Kipps is feeling at the time (fear).
There is also a lot of contrast in the chapter where Stella and their son die. Eg. the sunny, happy atmosphere turning horrid.
Another A* theme to look at is justice and how the reader is left thinking, did God punish the actions of Jennet Humfrye or did evil triumph. For TWIB is essentially a Christian book (Hill is christian) - Kipps journey from innocence to experience is like a religious journey. Also you could talk about how Kipps calls himself a Christian but right at the end of the novel find it impossible to forgive TWIB, forgiveness is crucial to Christians.
These are just some ideas, they may not necessarily be relevant to the question.